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Serving Up a Sweetheart

By Cheryl Wyatt


Renovation contractor Colin McGrath can’t see someone in need and walk away.Which is precisely why, when a winter storm damages his new neighbor’s in-home catering kitchen, he offers his construction skills to fix it, even though he knows he is the last person his former classmate would accept help from. After all, he was part of a series of high school pranks that nearly ruined Meadow Larson's life.

Meadow realizes she’s having the mother of all Mondays the instant her roof caves in during a once-in-a-century blizzard, right before the most important wedding contract of her career. Her day continues to deteriorate when she realizes the only person available to bail her out in time is the last man on Earth she can bear to be vulnerable to again. But tough times—and God—have a way of changing hearts for the better, and the more she gets to know and trust the new Colin, the more she realizes God may have something more permanent in store than a new catering kitchen.

Book Takeaway:

That what God says about us far outweighs what others say. Just because we're labeled, doesn't make it true. My hope is this book will help the outcasts know that while the world calls them "different", God calls them His. We are all God's creation and therefore all Limited Editions and so very precious to Him.


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Why the author wrote this book:

When I was blessed to have been approached by the Harper Collins crew to participate in this collection, a child dear to me was experiencing a tough time at school. I chose the topic of bullying after researching ways to help this young person cope, and also how to approach-and stop-the problem. I loved researching for the caterer role (food!) after brainstorming fun ideas with family members. I love wreaking havoc on my characters! I hope you enjoy the story.


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